The kind of momentum and growth she has created, even on social media, proves how exceptional her skills and talents have been in her chosen niches.
No matter how much ever we talk about people creating their own path to success and reaching exponential growth levels in their careers, all on their own, it still feels much more discussions are needed around them for the world to know their genius and understand their brilliance in their work. It is more than essential today, especially for aspiring talented beings, to draw major inspiration from such self-made success stories, whose journeys can imbue more hope, positivity, and motivation in them to take giant leaps in their chosen sectors, even amidst massive saturation and competition. Serving as one of the finest examples of such incredibly talented beings is Gurpreet Grewal, a well-recognized name in the world of entertainment and radio.
The much-talked-about actress and radio host with Red FM over the years has left no opportunity untouched to not only get closer to her personal goals but, most importantly, to push forward growth in those sectors with her rigorous and passionate efforts. She doesn’t even remember when was the first time she stepped on stage, as she believes she was meant for all this, and being in front of the screen as an actress or on stage as a host has always come naturally to her.
Acting has allowed her to portray different roles and experience those characters while hosting has helped her be herself and create a strong connection with her audiences, be it at live events or on her radio shows and YouTube channel. She loves interviewing artists and has always kept her approach quite casual for getting to know the person behind the art. This approach, she believes, has helped listeners and audiences get hooked to her interviews.
Gurpreet Grewal (@theggrewal) as, a trained actor from Lee Strasberg method acting in LA, has so far done several film projects like Punjabi films Mirza: The Untold Story (2012), Hero Naam Yaad Rakhi (2015) and English film Lake House (2018). The Indian talent, originally from Vancouver and brought up in NYC, plans to do a lot more in the coming years in these sectors.